Skin Cancer Awareness Foundation 501c3 Press Releases
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Skin Cancer Awareness Foundation 501c3 Information
Phone: (877) 478-6227
William H. Barth, President of Skin Cancer Awareness Foundation received an American Academy of Dermatology Gold Triangle Award at the 10th annual Gold Triangle Awards Ceremony. Gold Triangle awards annually recognize and honor
media, industry, health community, public service and
individual efforts that further the understanding of
dermatologic issues and encourage healthy behavior.
Headquartered in Schaumburg, Il. The American
Academy of Dermatology, founded in 1938, is the largest,
most influential, and most representative of all
dermatological associations. With membership of more
than 14,000 dermatologists worldwide, the academy is
committed to: advancing the diagnosis and medical,
surgical and cosmetic education, and research in
dermatology; and supporting and enhancing patient care
for a lifetime of healthier skin, hair and nails.
The mission of the Skin Cancer Awareness Foundation and programs is to establish quality educational programs about skin cancer and sun safety awareness
SKIN CANCER AWARENESS FOUNDATION GOALS:
To promote quality, evidence based educational programs.
To advocate and assist in the formulation of school and public policies which recognize the importance of sun safe measures and education.
To promote a framework for furnishing free school and community educational materials about skin cancer prevention.
To exemplify and promote the highest level off public accountability and social responsibility in the conduct of our services.
Skin Cancer Awareness Foundation 501c3 Press Release -
The Skin Cancer Awareness Foundation has announced their Sun Safe Spa Program® with the “Join the Wave of the Future Protect and Pamper our Skin” campaign..The incidence of skin cancer continues to rise in the United States. “With this exciting campaign our objective is to involve the spa and beauty industries who already are focusing on pampering the skin and tie it in with the need to protect.
The magazine is published bi-annually with a summer and winter edition. The publication is aimed at promoting skin cancer awareness, educating the youth and their caregivers particularly about sun safety and suggesting new ways to be “sun smart".
The Skin Cancer Awareness Foundation is launching the “SHADE ACROSS AMERICA Nationwide On-Line Auction Program” dedicated to supplying shade structures nationwide, specifically for recreational areas where children spend time outdoors such as schools, clubs, parks and playgrounds.
The Skin Cancer Awareness Foundation has launched a nationwide search for volunteers to become involved with their “Shade Across America” program. They are looking for volunteer state directors and city coordinators to create a network of crusaders for shade to help and protect our children from the harmful UV rays and potentially save lives.
Unprotected playground equipment can get too hot to touch during the summer months, which can lead to children being severely burned. Children who are unprotected from the harmful rays of the sun could face skin cancer.
Angie is currently President of Sunless Beauty, Ltd., manufacturers of the latest sunless tanning science. She has been working in the cosmetics industry to advance safe alternatives to tanning in the sun for over seven years. Angie has been featured in many beauty magazines, newspapers and television interviews as an expert in the sunless tanning industry.